International Conference on the theme `Emerging Technologies and Future of Libraries: Issues and Challenges’ to be held at Ambedkar Bhavan, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga, Karnataka on January 30-31, 2015. The last date for submission of Conference Paper is 5th December 2014 and be sent to email@example.com
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The brochure of International Conference on “Emerging Technologies and Future of Libraries (ETFL-2015)” was released at Grand Hotel, Gulbarga on 5th october, 2014.
[L to R: Dr. Dakulge Mehatab, Dr. Suresh Jange, Dr. Ganapthi Shinde, Dr. Mallikarjun Angadi, Prof. V T Kamble, Shri. Somnath Biradar, Shri. S S Chikkamath]
The IASSIST Fellows Program is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for financial support to attend the IASSIST 2014 conference in Toronto [http://www.library.yorku.ca/cms/iassist/], from data professionals who are developing, supporting and managing data infrastructures at their home institutions.
Please be aware that funding is not intended to cover the entire cost of attending the conference. The applicant?s home institution must provide some level of financial support to supplement an IASSIST Fellow award. Strong preference will be given to first time participants and applicants from those countries currently with insufficient representation at IASSIST. Only fully completed applications will be considered. Applicants submitting a paper for the conference will be given priority consideration for funding.
You may apply for funding via this form.The deadline for applications is the 31st of January 2014.
For more information, to apply for funding or nominate a person for a Fellowship, please send an email to the Fellows Committee chairs, Luis Martínez-Uribe (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Stuart Macdonald (email@example.com).
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The PAM International Membership Award will be presented by the SLA-PAM Division to a librarian from the Developing World. As a member of SLA, the winner will have the opportunity to participate more fully with colleagues in this Association.
The purpose of the award is to provide an opportunity for librarians from the developing world to be active members of SLA and of SLA-PAM.
Nominations are to be submitted by 31 October to the PAM IRC incoming chair, and the award recipient will be announced in November.
Contacts and details from http://pam.sla.org/manual/awards/pamimadetails/
The purpose of the FCIL Schaffer Grant for Foreign Law Librarians is to provide financial assistance to ensure the presence and participation of a foreign librarian at the AALL Annual Meeting (American Association of Law Libraries). Foreign attendees enrich AALL events by sharing global perspectives for the benefit of all participants.
- A waiver of the AALL Annual Meeting full registration fee.
- A grant of a minimum US $2,000 to assist with accommodations and travel costs.
Full details, eligibility, contacts and application procedure etc can be found at http://www.aallnet.org/sections/fcil/grants-awards/FCIL-Schaffer-Grant
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The Jay Jordan IFLA / OCLC Early Career Development Fellowship Program provides early career development and continuing education for library and information science professionals from countries with developing economies. The program is jointly sponsored by the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) and OCLC. On an annual basis program sponsors select up to five individuals to participate in a four-week intensive Fellowship program based at OCLC’s headquarters in Dublin, Ohio, USA. Topics and issues include information technologies and their impact on libraries, library operations and management, and global cooperative librarianship.
The Fellowship Program is for library and information science professionals who are in early stages of career development and from countries with developing economies. Eligibility is limited to those who are from a qualifying country, have a degree in library or information science obtained within the past five years, and have at least three years, but no more than eight years, of library or information science experience. These and other qualifications are explained in detail in the Program Guidelines. Interested candidates should read the guidelines and, if qualified, complete and submit the application by the specified due date.
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